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THE TITLES ARE ORGANIZED NUMERICALLY IN CBR FORMAT
AVAILABLE IN EITHER ILLUSTRATED DVD CASE
OR NO FRILLS IN PAPER SLEEVE



All of the material that is contained on this DVD has been carefully researched
and determined to be in the public domain. No copyrights have been infringed upon. Characters are only used as allowed by fair use law to describe the product being sold and are trademarks of their respective owners. The seller has no association with any publishers of the original materials and/or trademark owners and no such affiliation is intended or implied.

 

THIS
DVD DISK COLLECTION
COMES WITH
FREE COMIC VIEWING SOFTWARE
FOR BOTH MAC AND PC.

 

PLEASE NOTE: ALL COMICS IN THIS SET ARE
SCANNED ELECTRONIC COPIES NOT PHYSICAL PAPER COPIES.

THE GOLDEN AGE
ACE COMICS
DVD ROM COLLECTION!
 
 

INCLUDES
A GIGANTIC DVD CHOCK FULL OF
HUNDREDS OF COMICS FROM ACE PUBLICATONS
FROM THE GOLDEN AGE OF COMICS
MOST ARE COVER TO COVER COMPLETE!
ON 1 DVD ROM

 

Price w DVD Case...$9.95


 

No Frills Price ...$5.95



 

 


Titles included in this DVD-Rom Collection

  • All-Romances (#2 October 1949)
  • Andy Comics (#20 June 1948 - #21 August 1948)
  • Atomic War! (#1 Nov 1952 - #4 April 1953) 
  • Baffling Mysteries (#5-7,11-15,17-21,24,26) 
  • Beyond, The (2-3,6-8,10,12,14,16-17,19,21-24,28-30)
  • Complete Love Magazine (#163 - 1952) 
  • Crime Must Pay the Penalty (#3,10,18,24,26,27,40-41,45-46) 
  • Dotty and Her Boyfriends (#35 June 1948 - #40 May 1949)
  • Ernie Comics (#24-25 - 1948)
  • Four Favorites (#6,8,9,12,15,16,20,22,23,29,30)
  • Glamorous Romances (#41,48-49,57,72)
  • Hand of Fate (#10-11,14-16,19,21-23,25)
  • Indian Braves (#3 -  1951) 
  • Lightning Comics (v1 #4 December 1940, v2 #1,5,6 - 1942)
  • Love At First Sight (#35 - 1955)
  • Love Experiences (#18 - 1954)
  • Men Against Crime (#4 -1951)
  • Monkeyshines Comics (#13 - 1946 )
  • Our Flag Comics (#4 -1942)
  • Real Love (#71,74  1956)
  • Science Comics (#1 January 1946) 
  • Space Action Comics (#1 June 1952 - #3 October 1952 COMPLETE)
  • Super-Mystery Comics (V1 #2,4-6 - 1940, v2 #1,3,4, v3 #1-3,6, v4 #1,3-6, v5 #2-6, v6 #1,4,6, v7 #1,3-4,6, v8 #1,3,5)
  • Sure Fire Comics (#1 June 1940 - #3 August 1940)
  • Ten Story Love (v29#3 June 1951 - v36#5 September 1956) - under Ace Periodicals imprint
  • Trapped! (#1 October 1954)
  • Vicky Comics (nn February 1949)
  • War Heroes (#1 May 1952 - #2)
  • Web of Mystery (#1 February 1951 - #28 January 1955) 
  • Western Adventures Comics (#3 - 1948)
  • World War III (#1 March 1953 - #2 May 1953

Ace Comics (publishers)

Ace Comics was the banner under which pulp magazine publisher Aaron A Wyn and his wife Rose Wyn produced comic books between 1940 and the end of 1956. The Wyn's had been publishing pulp fiction under the Periodical House and Magazine Publishers names since 1928. Like many comic book publishers of the day, Ace Comics earlier series included costumed superheroes, although as trends in the comic book market changed by the 1950's the focus shifted more to other genres, such as Crime, Horror, Romance, and later, Westerns.

Their most successful, and longest running, superhero title was Super-Mystery Comics featuring Magno the Magnetic Man and his boy partner Davey, who appeared in 28 issues of the title's 48 issue run. Horror titles included Baffling Mysteries, Hand of Fate and Web of Mystery, while their contribution to the crime comics genre was Crime Must Pay the Penalty (the title later shortened to Penalty for the final two issues). Their longest running series were the company's Romance titles Glamorous Romances, Love At First Sight, Love Experiences and Real Love, which began in the late 1940's as the superhero books faded away, and continued until the company ceased publishing comic books in 1956 as a result of the introduction of the Comics Code Authority. Other long running Romance titles such as Complete Love Magazine and Ten Story Love began as pulp romance titles before switching to comics format in the early 1950's.

A number of Ace stories were used as examples of violent and gruesome imagery in the 1950's U.S Congressional inquiries into the influence of comic books on juvenile delinquency that led to the Comics Code Authority, namely Challenge of the Unknown #6, Crime Must Pay the Penalty #3 and Web of Mystery #19, Western Adventures Comics #3 was used as an example in Fredric Wertham's Seduction of the Innocent, and in the UK Atomic War #4, Beyond #18 and World War III #2 were cited as examples by Geoffrey Wagner's 1954 book on the same subject, Parade of Pleasure - A Study of Popular Iconography in the U.S.A.

Although characters with the same names as Ace Comics characters have appeared elsewhere (most notably Jack Kirby's Captain Victory in a 1970's series, and several DC Comics villain called the Black Spider), after the early 1950's all their characters remained unused until 2008, when Lash Lightning and Lightning Girl appeared in flashback in Dynamite Entertainmentís Project Superpowers. In the one-shot Project Superpowers: Chapter Two Prelude, it was stated that the two of them will appear in this line as part of a team called The Super-Mysterymen (presumably named after the Ace title Super-Mystery Comics).
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     All of the material that is contained on this DVD has been carefully researched and determined to be in the public domain. No copyrights have been infringed upon. Characters are only used as allowed by fair use law to describe the product being sold and are trademarks of their respective owners. The seller has no association with any publishers of the original materials and/or trademark owners and no such affiliation is intended or implied.

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This is a professionally labeled DVD Rom. It is a collectible in its own right!. And so incredibly affordable!
The same titles in hard copy would cost you thousands upon thousand! You could spend a fortune on fragile comic books! You could  hunt for years and years for the issues you are missing! Or you could get them all  complete and in consecutive order right here in CBR format on an easy to use DVD.

With this collection you can read your favorite comics without worrying about damaging them!

THE  CBR VIEWING SOFTWARE NEEDED TO READ THESE E-COMICS IS  INCLUDED FOR FREE!
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